In Proud Memory

2001 image of the Sandy Row UDA funeral volley mural previously seen in 1997. The same “fuck Rangers” graffitist who sprayed the Sandy Row UFF ‘wings’ mural also got to this mural. “In proud memory of our fallen comrades. We forget them not – at the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.” Boyne Court, Belfast.


Copyright © 2001 Peter Moloney

The Dark Days

Paint-bombed mural to members of the Ulster Volunteer Force, Belfast Brigade, in the 36th (Ulster) Division, with (anachronistic) Ulster Banner and Union Flag: “they arose in the dark days to defend our native land for God and Ulster”, “And when the Lord thy God shall deliver them before thee, though shalt smite them and utterly destroy them, thou shalt make no covenant with them nor show marcy unto them – Deuteronomy 7 verse 2”. Blythe Street, Belfast.


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Those From The Markets

Celtic cross and plaques “In memory of all those from the Markets and Lower Ormeau who died as a result of the conflict” (with Terence MacSwiney quote) and “In memory of all those who dedicated their lives to the struggle for Irish freedom”, in particular IRA 3rd battalion Belfast Brigade volunteers Nolan, Downey, Davison, and Fian J. Templetom. With flags for the 20th anniversary of the hunger strike.

Stanfield Place, Belfast.

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Copyright © 2001 Peter Moloney